Human Trafficking Taskforce of Southern Colorado

The Human Trafficking Task Force of Southern Colorado is a local initiative dedicated to reducing human trafficking and making the community safer by creating a collaboration of organizations and individuals with the same goal in mind. The HTTFSC holds monthly meetings every 2nd Tuesday of the month. Please see below for further details on these meetings.

Human Trafficking Task Force meetings are:
2nd Tuesday of each month
First United Methodist Church
410 N. Nevada
5:30pm - 7:00pm

Room #233
Use Boulder St. Entrance.

Next meeting:
Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Our guest speaker this month will be Jessa Dillow Crisp.
A respected speaker, writer, and mentor, Jessa Dillow Crisp uses her childhood experience of severe abuse and trafficking to illustrate both the stark realities of sex trafficking, and the truth that healing transformation is possible.

After her escape and recovery process, Jessa got her degree in Counseling and is presently working on her Master’s as a step towards obtaining a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.

In addition to making some of the best lattes in Colorado, Jessa is the co-founder and Executive Director of BridgeHope and is part of the Rebecca Bender Initiative speaker’s team. Jessa inspires others through speaking engagements around the world, gives hope through mentoring other survivors of human trafficking, and provides high quality training and consultation services to anti-trafficking organizations around the USA.

Some highlights of Jessa’s speaking career include speaking with legislators at the Colorado State Capitol, keynoting at the ANSR Sociological Research Conference, training the Department of Homeland Security, speaking at the National Character Leadership Symposium, and filming with both Real Women Real Stories and 27Million.

When she is not working, Jessa enjoys hiking Colorado’s mountains with her husband John, finds delight in artistically expressing herself through photography, and is passionate about deeply connecting with people over freshly brewed coffee.

For more information on the HTTFSC please visit their website at www.ht-colorado.org

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